The VOH Recovery Community Center (450 Old Vine Street, Lexington, Ky.) is our home base and we hope you will make it yours! What you’ll find when you step through our doors: The VOH Community Center is not a residential facility.   In addition to direct support, Voices of Hope also:
  • works to reduce the stigma around drug and alcohol addiction through our speakers bureau and community awareness events, such as the annual Overdose Awareness Day.
  • awards scholarships to put higher education within the reach of those in recovery and their families.
Voices of Hope will not discriminate against anyone applying for or receiving assistance or services based on race, color, religion, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, political beliefs, disability or veteran status or reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity  or any other the classification protected by federal, state and local laws.

Your Recovery Community Center delivers peer-to-peer recovery support services using its volunteer force as the deliverers of these services.

Your Recovery Community Center is a welcoming place to work on your recovery.

What services do we offer?

Social Capital is Important

A critical recovery nutrient for any community is a safe and supportive recovery environment that offers a variety of recovery supports. A Recovery Community Center (RCC) is a place free from stigma that offers peer recovery support to the entire Recovery Community, regardless of pathway.